Coat of Arms
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A coat of arms is a coat worn by Scottsmen usually made out of slain Englishmen's arms. Usually worn with a kilt, the coat of arms serves no purpose other than to protect and serve.
A little history
Different forms of coat were formed earlier on in the coat making trade, one of which was the Coat with Arms this coat, designed specifically for humanoid bi-pedal creatures, had arm holes allowing one to put both arms through thus allowing a human to carry out day to day tasks with a coat on such as feeding an owl, making a cup of tea and getting out of sleeping bags.
This idea was further developed on by the Duke of Wellington (now trepidly going into the unfamiliar coat making trade). The Duke formed the first coat with arms which not only included arms holes for the wearer but also the previous owners arms.